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Friday, February 27
2-Hour Delay
Due to the threat of below freezing temperatures and standing water causing icy conditions on secondary roadways in the morning, Wayne County Public Schools will have a two hour delay, Friday, February 27. This means that all non-essential personnel will report to work two hours beyond their normal starting time and the student day will begin at individual schools two hours later than normal.
First Make-Up Day Announced
As a result of the days lost due to inclement weather over the past two weeks, the district will hold its first Make-up Day this Saturday, February 28. All schools will operate this Saturday on the early release schedule. All schools, including WEMCH & WSE will dismiss 2-Hours earlier than usual. In addition, all Drivers Education classes will be postponed. Click on Drivers Education to view class schedules.

Parent tools: Access & Update Your Child's Information at Your Convenience!
Home Base Logo
Home Base: Home Base is the statewide student information system. To access real-time information including attendance, grades and assignments, click on the link below: 
Student/Parent Login
Teacher Login

Administrator Login

SchoolMessenger logo The SchoolMessenger notification system allows for instant school to home communications.
From emergencies to weather-related closures/delays to attendance calls to general reminders, SchoolMessenger can deliver thousands of messages per minute. Learn more by clicking on SchoolMessenger.
Contact Manager: Send a message to your home phone, work phone, cell phone, text, or e-mail. It's your choice about where and how messages are delivered. Learn how to sign up by clicking on Phone Activation Directions. Sign in or sign up to Contact Manager by clicking on the link below. 
 School Messenger Contact Manager  
(Please note: Some web-browsers do not support Contact Manager - Chrome & Firefox recommended)

K12 Payment Center: Make online meal payments using your credit card, check your child's cafeteria account balance, get low balance alerts for your child's account by e-mail and see daily meal transactions for your child. Learn more by clicking on K12 Payment Center. Sign in by clicking on the link below:


  • North Carolina Guide to Strengthening Our Public SchoolsOn Tuesday, January 13, the North Carolina School Superintendents Association unveiled the North Carolina Guide to Strengthening Our Public Schools, which reflects superintendent priorities for enhancing pre-K-12 education in the state and specific strategies to achieve those goals. To learn more, click on Guide.
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  • G.R.E.A.T. Sports Report:
    G.R.E.A.T Sports Report   WCPS is excited to expand upon its
      partnership with the Goldsboro Police
      Department and the Gang Resistance
      Education And Training (G.R.E.A.T.) program to present the G.R.E.A.T. Sports Report
    Click on G.R.E.A.T. Sports Report to learn more and to watch the latest episodes.
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  • Community Eligibility Provision program: The following schools are participating in the CEP program during the 2014-15 school year: Brogden Middle, Brogden Primary, Carver Elementary, Carver Heights Elementary, Dillard Middle, Eastern Wayne Elementary, Fremont STARS Elementary, Goldsboro High, North Drive Elementary, School Street Elementary, Spring Creek Elementary, and Wayne Academy. Applications for free or reduced lunch meals will not be distributed this year. All students attending one of these schools, regardless of family income, who wish to eat in the cafeteria, will now receive their meals at no cost.

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  • 2014-2015 School Calendars:
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  • Local Wellness: WCPS and the Wayne County Board of Education recognize the importance of providing a school environment that promotes student wellness, proper nutrition, nutrition education and regular physical activity as part of the total learning experience. Click on Policy 4112 Local Wellness to learn more.
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  • Read to Achieve: K-3 parents can learn more about the North Carolina Read to Achieve law, which requires all students to become proficient readers by the end of third grade, by clicking on Read to Achieve. There they can review the North Carolina Read to Achieve Guide's detailed outline of the law, view a parent video, and access other pertinent information.
    2013-2014 Read to Achieve Results: To learn more about the district's end of the year results, click on 2013-2014 Read to Achieve Results.
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  • High School Course Registration Catalog: The 2014-2015 High School Course Registration is online! Click Here!

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